UPDATED 6/15/18 10:55 a.m. ET: While the official release for Nas' new album has yet to hit streaming services, a recording of the project has surfaced on YouTube. You can listen to it above.

See below for original story published on 6/14/18.

After years of anticipation and speculation, Nas’ eleventh studio album NASIR made its official debut Friday. Before the Kanye West-produced project hit streaming services, Nas hosted a NASIR listening party in his hometown of Queens, where fans, friends, and industry insiders received a first listen to the seven-track project. Stream the album in full up top. 

Elliott Wilson first announced the event via social media on Thursday.

Though he’s technically not a part of the G.O.O.D. Music crew, Nas has recently become one of the label’s most prominent affiliates. His latest project is the fourth of five consecutive releases produced by Kanye, following Pusha-T’s DAYTONA, Kanye’s solo project Ye, and Kanye’s collaborative album with Kid Cudi called Kids See Ghosts. Teyana Taylor’s sophomore album, which is set to arrive next Friday, will conclude the series. Or so we think.

NASIR also adhered to Ye’s recent seven-track album strategy, as confirmed in one of Kanye’s recent tweets.

But, unlike the previous Kanye-produced albums, NASIR’s listening session wasn't livestreamed on the WAV app. Instead, fans were able to check out the event via Mass Appeal’s official YouTube account.

You can rewatch the livestream above. And be sure to stay tuned as more details about the listening session and NASIR become available.